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Pension system reform to preserve rights of Moldovan law-enforcement bodies' employees

15:34 | 05.12.2016 Category: Official

Chisinau, 5 December /MOLDPRES/ - Prime Minister Pavel Filip today had a meeting with representatives of law-enforcement bodies, with whom he discussed needs and benefits of the pension system’s reform. The PM stressed that the reform preserved the rights and conditions of retirement of the law-enforcement bodies’ employees, the government’s communication and media relations department has reported.     

The only change regards the transfer of the process of calculation and payment of the pension from six competent institutions of the law-enforcement to a single one:  National Social Insurances House. Thus, the management of the process of pension’s payment becomes easier and more efficient.   

In the context, Pavel Filip demanded that decision-makers of the Labour, Social Protection and Family Ministry and National Social Insurances House hold meetings with law-enforcement bodies’ employees, to explain them the provisions of the pension system’s reform and remove all ambiguities.   

(Editor L. Alcaza)


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